|Place of origin||Korea|
|Main ingredients||Kombu extract|
|Cookbook: Cheonsachae Media: Cheonsachae|
Cheonsachae are Korean half-transparent noodles made from the jelly-like extract left after steaming kombu, without the addition of grain flour or starch. The taste of these noodles is bland, so they are generally eaten as a light salad after seasoned or served as a garnish beneath saengseon hoe (sliced raw fish). Cheonsachae has a chewy texture and is low in calories.
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